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Wisconsin Injury Attorney Results

The attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.® have represented injured people in all parts of Wisconsin and throughout the United States. This section contains a few of the recent cases our attorneys have successfully resolved for our clients.

  • 99 million awarded by jury to widows of ironworkers killed in crane crash at Miller Park.
  • 20 million to a child injured by a pipe which escaped a defective pipe rack
  • 17.3 million settlement for a child permanently disabled during surgery
  • 16 million awarded to 8 men injured while working inside a silo at a power plant when a fire and explosion occurred.
  • 12.5 million to a young man injured due to a defective roof in his car.
  • 12 million to a woman who suffered brain damage due to overprescription of pain medication.
  • 11 million to a child injured due to a delay in delivery
  • 10.5 million awarded to a woman by a jury for surgical malpractice.
  • 10 million to a man injected with medication incorrectly
  • 9.6 million awarded for medical malpractice causing birth injury.
  • 8 million to a man who was severely injured at a construction site.
  • 8 million from an auto manufacturer to children in injured by defective seatbelts.
  • 8 million to a woman who suffered multiple amputations after inappropriate medical care.
  • 7.5 million to a child injured by a defective garage door opener
  • 7.2 million to a man injured due to medical malpractice.
  • 7 million to construction workers injured when a wall collapsed.
  • 7 million to a man who was paralyzed by a defective bicycle.
  • 7 million to a man severely injured by a defectively designed seatbelt.
  • 6.5 million to a 12-year-old child rendered paraplegic in a car accident.
  • 6.5 million to a man injured by the negligent design of a fuel tank.
  • 6 million to a man burned when his car caught on fire.
  • 6 million awarded to a woman hit head-on by semi which crossed the center line when its brakes locked up.
  • 5.4 million to a woman who suffered a brain in jury after being hit by a dump truck.
  • 5.4 million to a young man injured by a pay loader.
  • 5.1 million from an auto manufacturer to a woman injured by a faulty seatbelt.
  • 5 million awarded to a man who suffered life-threatening electrical shock and severe burns upon contact with a power line.
  • 5 million to a bricklayer struck in head by falling material
  • 4.9 million to three workers burned by a hot oil explosion.
  • 4.7 million to a 4-year-old severely burned by pajamas that were not flame retardant.
  • 4.5 million to a family injured by the negligent installation of a furnace in the kitchen.
  • 4.25 million to a child injured by medical malpractice.
  • 4.2 million to a motorcyclist hit on the expressway.
  • 4 million to a child injured at birth by a doctor.
  • 4 million from an auto manufacturer to a man paralyzed by a seatbelt defect.
  • 3.9 million to a man who received AIDS from a blood transfusion.
  • 3.9 million to a man in injured by medical malpractice.
  • 3.8 million to a student wrestler injured by a coach
  • 3.75 million to a woman injured by a defective car seat
  • 3.5 million to a boy injured by medical malpractice.
  • 3.5 million from an auto manufacturer to a man injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 3.25 to a man injured due to a delay in emergency room treatment
  • 3.2 million to a child injured due to a delay in delivery
  • 3.2 million to a person injured by a gate that collapsed.
  • 3.1 million to a person severely injured in an automobile accident.
  • 3.1 million to a man who lost his hand when hit by a charge of electricity from a defective wire.
  • 3 million to a child injured by a defective booster seat
  • 3 million to a child injured by premature delivery due to DES taken by grandmother
  • 3 million to a man injured by a defective forklift.
  • 3 million to a man injured in a semi accident.
  • 3 million from an auto manufacturer to a man injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 3 million to a person injured in an automobile accident.
  • 3 million to a man injured by medical malpractice.
  • 3 million to a girl who suffered a brain injury from a vaccination.
  • 3 million from an auto manufacturer to a woman injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 3 million to a motorcycle racer rendered paraplegic due to poor track conditions.
  • 2.9 million to a man injured by medical malpractice.
  • 2.8 million to a child injured by a defective car side structure
  • 2.75 million to a child injured at birth due to medical malpractice.
  • 2.7 million to a child injured by a defective booster seat
  • 2.7 million to a boy injured by a defective high chair.
  • 2.7 million to the family of a man who died from burns from an electrical line.
  • 2.6 million to a boy injured at the hospital as a newborn.
  • 2.6 million to two widows whose husbands were killed when a pipe ruptured in a power plant.
  • 2.6 million to a woman who suffered brain damage from aspirin.
  • 2.6 million to a child who suffered injuries due to medical malpractice.
  • 2.5 million from an auto manufacturer to a person injured by a faulty seatbelt.
  • 2.5 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 2.5 million to a man injured while driving a rental car with bad tires.
  • 2.5 million to a man injured by a forklift.
  • 2.45 million to a man injured by bald tires on a rental car
  • 2.4 million from an auto manufacturer to a man injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 2.4 million to a woman hit by a car.
  • 2.4 million to a 5-year-old who was rendered permanently disabled when a truck ran a stop sign.
  • 2.4 million to a bicyclist hit by a car.
  • 2.3 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 2.2 million to a 17-year-old girl severely burned by a mobile home’s defective electrical system.
  • 2.2 million to a man injured by a defectively designed excavator.
  • 2.2 million to a man injured in a workplace explosion.
  • 2.1 million to a child injured by a defective infant car seat
  • 2.07 million to the family of a pregnant woman and her daughter who were killed by an intoxicated driver.
  • 2 million to a man injured in an ultralight crash
  • 2 million from an auto manufacturer to a woman whose seatbelt failed in an accident.
  • 2 million from an auto manufacturer to a person whose seatbelt failed.
  • 2 million to a man injured by a defective ladder.
  • 2 million to a man injured by defective scaffolding.
  • 2 million from an auto manufacturer to a child injured by a defective car seat.
  • 2 million from an auto manufacturer to a woman injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 2 million to a woman injured due to medical malpractice.
  • 2 million from an auto manufacturer to a man injured by a defective seatbelt.
  • 2 million to a man injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1.9 million to a woman severely injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1.9 million to a person injured in a car rollover accident.
  • 1.9 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.8 million to a man paralyzed from the chest down due to a defective steering mechanism.
  • 1.7 million to a woman injured due to medical malpractice.
  • 1.7 million to a child injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.7 million to a woman injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1.7 million to a child injured at birth due to medical malpractice.
  • 1.6 million to motorcyclists struck by a truck.
  • 1.6 million to a person hit by a bus.
  • 1.6 million to a person who suffered head injuries after falling down the stairs.
  • 1.53 million to a woman burned by a Coleman stove explosion.
  • 1.526 million to a man injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.5 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.5 million to a man injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.5 million from an auto manufacturer to a woman injured by a defectively designed car.
  • 1.5 million to a man rendered paraplegic after a forklift accident.
  • 1.5 million to a woman injured due to medical malpractice.
  • 1.5 million to a man rendered paraplegic after an elevator collapsed.
  • 1.5 million to a man injured in a car accident.
  • 1.5 million to a man injured in a car accident.
  • 1.5 million to a woman injured when a porch railing gave out.
  • 1.5 million to a woman whose seat failed in an automobile accident.
  • 1.4 million to a woman injured in a motorcycle accident.
  • 1.4 million to a man burned at work.
  • 1.4 million to a woman who suffered brain injuries after taking aspirin.
  • 1.4 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.35 million to a man injured at a construction site.
  • 1.3 million to a 30-year-old man rendered paraplegic in an automobile accident.
  • 1.3 million to a child injured from lead poisoning.
  • 1.3 million to a woman whose foot was cut off by a lawn mower.
  • 1.2 million to a couple injured as a result of stray voltage on a farm.
  • 1.2 million to a man run over by a truck.
  • 1.2 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.2 million to a man injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1.2 million to a woman injured due to medical malpractice.
  • 1.1 million to a farmer whose herd suffered from stray voltage.
  • 1.1 million to a child injured by a defective garage door.
  • 1.1 million for injuries in an automobile accident.
  • 1.1 million to a man injured by a train.
  • 1.1 million to a woman injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1.1 million to a child who was struck by a school bus.
  • 1.1 million to a woman severely burned in an automobile accident.
  • 1.1 million to a child injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1.1 million to a man injured by medical malpractice.
  • 1 million to a pedestrian hit by a car.
  • 1 million to a woman injured in an automobile accident.
  • 1 million to a woman injured as a result of latex allergies.
  • 1 million to a woman who suffered a brain injury in an automobile accident.
  • 1 million to a man who suffered brain injuries in an automobile accident.
  • 1 million to a man injured in an automobile accident.
  • 801,381 awarded to the family of a woman who was killed by a driver who ran a red light.
  • 410,000 for a woman who was sexually assaulted while she was in the hospital.
  • 112,269 awarded to a woman who was attacked by her neighbor’s dog.

This is just a small portion of our many successful outcomes. Each case we accept is different. Although results in one case are not a predictor of the same result in a similar case, our attorneys use the experience of past cases to better serve our clients.

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